Circadian G2 arrest as related to circadian gating of cell population growth in Euglena.

@article{Bolige2005CircadianGA,
  title={Circadian G2 arrest as related to circadian gating of cell population growth in Euglena.},
  author={Aoen Bolige and Shin-ya Hagiwara and Yulan Zhang and Ken Goto},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={46 6},
  pages={931-6}
}
Cell population growth is gated to occur in particular circadian phases, which has been known for over four decades in various organisms including cyanobacteria and human. However, little is known as to which cell cycle phases from G1 to M are primarily regulated by the circadian rhythm or when in a circadian cycle this primary regulation takes place. We… CONTINUE READING